• University Plans To Open School Focused On ‘Free Speech’ — But Faculty Aren’t Happy About It

    University Plans To Open School Focused On ‘Free Speech’ — But Faculty Aren’t Happy About It Alexa Schwerha on February 1, 2023 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNCCH) board of trustees voted on Jan. 26 to approve the creation of a school dedicated to teaching students about civil discourse and open inquiry; however, faculty expressed concern that the vote was held without their knowledge. The board voted unanimously to create the School of Civic Life and Leadership, equipped...

  • Take back right to free speech

    When did it become acceptable for us to allow our First Amendment freedom of speech to be thrown down a deep, dark hole?

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    Ron DeSantis' assault on free thought

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is blocking an Advanced Placement course in African American studies for dubious reasons. It's ideological censorship.

  • Hey Judge, I Thought That State-Compelled Speech Was A No No?

    ‘What a relief to have nothing to say, the right to say nothing, because only then is there a chance of framing the rare, or ever rarer, the thing that might be worth saying.’ - Gilles Deleuze, Negotiations

  • Big Tech Is Being Accused Of Censoring Free Speech

    Tusk is the first Freedom First, uncensored web browser for conservative voices.

  • Judge Strikes Down Attack On Free Speech By NFL, Phoenix

    The high and mighty NFL and City of Phoenix thought they could restrict free speech in Arizona’s capital city. They thought wrong. A judge on Friday smacked down their attempts to allow only Super Bowl-related messaging for businesses in the weeks leading up to the league’s championship game. While cozying up to the NFL in the run-up to the Feb. 12 Super Bowl, the lefties who run city government in Phoenix passed the “Super Bowl Censorship Ordinance’’ to restrict business sign messaging to...

  • Judge Strikes Down Attack On Free Speech By NFL, Phoenix

    The high and mighty NFL and City of Phoenix thought they could restrict free speech in Arizona’s capital city. They thought wrong. A judge on Friday smacked down their attempts to allow only Super Bowl-related messaging for businesses in the weeks leading up to the league’s championship game. While cozying up to the NFL in the run-up to the Feb. 12 Super Bowl, the lefties who run city government in Phoenix passed the “Super Bowl Censorship Ordinance’’ to restrict business sign messaging to...

  • The publishing industry is killing free speech and spreading lies

    NIGEL BIGGAR: Any author would be thrilled. 'A book of major importance,' declared my publisher in a gushing email. 'Your research is exhaustive. I am speechless . . . such an important book.'

  • Candidate registration opens for ruling party leadership race

    Candidate registration opened Thursday for the ruling People Power Party's leadership election, with two main contenders, Reps. Kim Gi-hyeon and Ahn Cheol-soo, running neck and neck in the race to head the party through next year's general elections. The office of President Yoon Suk Yeol is watching the race closely as it wants a Yoon loyalist to lead the party through the parliamentary elections that will determine whether Yoon would be able to push his agenda in the National Assembly

  • Downtown Fargo Library introduces free legal kiosk

    FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A new kiosk at the Main Fargo Public Library downtown can help you find legal information. Legal Services North Dakota is teaming up with the library to create the legal kiosk program. Officials say Legal Services North Dakota reached out to them about creating a legal service to make it easier for people to find accurate

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    How the Supreme Court could soon change free speech on the internet

    In 2023, the U.S. justice system, including the Supreme Court, will take on cases that will help determine the bounds of free expression on the internet.

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    Pennsylvania lawmakers appeal ruling on legality of Krasner impeachment

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Republican state lawmakers on Thursday filed an appeal with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, hoping to preserve elements of their impeachment case against an elected progressive Philadelphia prosecutor. The appeal asks the state’s highest court to review last month’s decision regarding the legality of the Legislature’s impeachment and trial of Democratic District []